Charleston Multicultural Bridal and Events Association
Feb 042013

CMBEA Launch Party Ad Flyer

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NORTH CHARLESTON, SC – Charleston Multicultural Bridal & Events Association (CMBEA) is greatly improving the lowcountry wedding and special events experience by offering and promoting culturally diverse vendors. While Charleston continues to be a top destination wedding and tourist spot, it’s often hard to find vendors that specifically support and have experience in arranging and designing weddings and events that celebrate or even blend Irish, Scottish, Indian, Jewish, Native American, Caribbean, African, Gullah, or Asian cultural traditions. So, as the cornerstone of its launch event on Sunday, February 24th, CMBEA will offer soon-to-be brides and event planners an opportunity to network with some of the area’s most sought after vendors specializing in multicultural events. Co-founder, Dr. Valerie Frazier-Gresham, elaborates, “CMBEA provides a portal or gateway for brides, event organizers, and the general public to connect with high quality vendors with unparalleled creativity and passion to make your dream wedding or event a reality.”
The event, taking place at The Runaway Bay Restaurant, will include delicious ethnic food samples from Runaway Bay Restaurant and Carolima’s Southern Cuisine, and entertainment by A Touch of Class, Calvin Taylor, WoSe, and the CD Project with David Solomon Morrow , featuring Chanel Hatcher-Austin. In addition, there will be many door prizes and giveaways by participating vendors.
Dr. Frazier-Gresham added, “With such a lowcountry masala of top notch vendors at your service in one spot, this will be an event not to be missed.”
About Charleston Multicultural Bridal & Events Association
CMBEA is a portal for brides, event organizers, and the general public to connect with multicultural vendors in the Charleston area.
For more information visit: or contact Valerie Gresham by phone at 888-905-0045, or by email at

by Renee Singletary

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